Coral Calcium – Goes Beyond Bone Healing
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With the increasing number of health supplements these days, you might get confused as to which product will bring you more benefits.
First, you have to ask yourself, “What kind of supplement does your body need?” If you think, it’s bone healing that your body requires, then why don’t you go for a complete calcium mineral supplement?
Calcium is a very important mineral needed by the body in order to have stronger bones. But do you know that the benefit of calcium does not end there? It actually goes beyond healing and that is through a supplement known as coral calcium.
What is coral calcium?
As the name implies, coral calcium comes from coral reefs, which are living organisms that can be found in the ocean off the islands of Okinawa. However, this supplement is not produced directly from living coral reefs, but instead from the remains of a deceased one. When these coral reefs die naturally, the old replaced coral descends to the ocean floor and eventually settles in pockets about 3 to 5 miles from the reef. This is where is it ecologically harvested by a company licensed through the Japanese government. It is called coral calcium, because it is really high in calcium but is also contains magnesium and other mineral content because of the tiny polyps that feed on lots of mineral-rich plankton.
How does coral calcium benefit you, aside from bone healing?
Although there are no clear medical evidences or clinical studies which can prove that coral calcium can treat over 200 diseases, it is still proven to be beneficial in many other ways. These include the following:
1.) Promotes the healthy functioning of the heart
2.) Lowers blood pressure
3.) Makes teeth stronger
4.) Helps nutrients disperse across the cell membranes
5.) Combats osteoporosis
6.) Reduces pregnancy problems
7.) Reduces premenstrual syndrome
8.) Alleviates the body from “free radical damage”
9.) Prevents degenerative diseases
10.) Helps overcome calcium deficiency
Can coral calcium fight diseases?
As mentioned above, although some manufacturers claim that coral calcium can cure over 200 diseases, including cancer, this is still left unproven. But as far as fighting diseases is concerned, it can very much provide that. However, other healthy measures should be observed such as consumption of a well rounded diet including coral calcium, reasonable amounts of protein, plant-based nutrients, regular exercise, and living a less stressful lifestyle.
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Clues on Longevity, Health and Minerals
My personal odyssey to define the link between minerals and health was reinforced by knowledge that certain geographical locations in the world had inhabitants who were strangers to illness and lived to a ripe, old age. Among these longevous people are Abkasians from Georgia, the Hunzas of Pakistan, the Bamas of China, the Vilcabambas of Ecuador, and certain Azerbaijans.
These small populations seem to share a common factor that they live at high altitude. Living at high elevation presents an ecology where melting glacial water has an abundant mineral content, for example each quart of Hunza water contains about 20,000 milligrams of calcium, and these people drink several quarts each day. I believe that the common denominator in this group is that their diet is high in mineral nutrients that are derived from melting glaciers and snow. Many other scientists, such as Dr. Joe Wallach, have proposed this mineral factor is longevity.
This association between abundant mineral intake and health is supported by the finding that sea level populations with health and longevity, such as Okinawan’s in Japan, have a similar abundance of minerals in their diet. In the case of Okinawans the source is the offerings of the coral reefs around the Rukuyuku islands. These reefs provide mineral enrichment to the water supply and coral is often taken as a supplement in the diet. Again, one could claim an “interesting” coincidence, but after a while the many coincidences start to imply proof of cause and effect.
Whilst minerals may not be the whole story of health and longevity. I believe that they are much more important than has been previously supposed. There has been a tendency in modern medicine to reject remedies of natural origin, such as coral, that have centuries of precedence of successful use. The pendulum is now swinging in the opposite direction as pluralistic medicine emerges and we move back to basics in applying optimum lifestyle and nutrition for health. Coral Calcium serves as a historical example of a natural agent from the ancient seas which holds great power for health and well-being.
Chemist, Author, Lecturer
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In my earlier writings, I have stressed the calcium factor for health and many of these issues will be further addressed in my books. My belief in the role of coral minerals for health has come from many years of careful research and observation of its effects in thousands of individuals who have used coral products. There is a voluminous amount of folklore, historical and scientific literature on stony corals and their biological implications, but I have been most impressed by its apparent universal health benefits which on occasion, almost defy explanation. My support for the nutraceutical value of coral calcium is not a “leap of faith” based on my channeled research on calcium alone. When coral calcium from Okinawa and surrounding domains in Japan is used as a food supplement, it touches many lives in a highly positive manner.
In brief we can learn from the experiences of the inhabitants of Okinawa, who have among the best health and longest lives in the world, which include ten times as many centenarians as area found in the United States. They also have large numbers of robust individuals in their eighties and nineties. Whilst, many factors may operate to create this desirable circumstance, I, like the Spanish explorers before me, believe a key to this circumstance is the use of coral calcium as a food supplement in this highly blessed community of people.
Some people may dismiss this phenomenon as a chance observation, there are new scientific and medical discoveries that give a credible, scientific basis for the use of coral calcium for health. One key constituent of coral calcium is readily absorbable calcium and magnesium, but other factors within coral, including its highly balanced mineral content and the occurrence of microbes, may account for observed benefits. Beyond these issues are speculations about other components of coral and a clear recognition that many of the minerals are present in a “chemical form” that is highly desirable for use by the body.
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